CML Blog: John Tzetzes in the margins of the Voss. Gr. Q1: discovering autograph notes of a Byzantine scholar
Aglae Pizzone writes about an exciting new discovery in a manuscript containing text by the Byzantine scholar John Tzetzes
Conference. Medieval French Without Borders
This international conference (Fordham) looks anew at the origins and development of French within multilingual contact zones from the ninth century until the sixteenth century.
CML's Julian Yolles Awarded HUM SEED funding by the Humanities Council
Postdoctoral researcher at CML Julian Yolles has received funding for his project "Classical Learning in the Latin East"
New MSCA Individual Fellow Sandro Passavanti to start at CML in September 2020
Sandro Passavanti will be working on a project titled “Being ‘Mad’ in Byzantium. Toward a History of Mental Disorders in Early and Middle Greek Middle Ages”